Don't miss out on the early registration rate for the 2014 AAN Convention, July 10-12 at the Sheraton Nashville Downtown.
In a two-part series, proven successful techniques will be presented in webinar format to enhance skills in overcoming objections that occur in the two most common steps of sales process.
Penny Muse Abernathy, a former executive at the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, is the Knight Chair in Journalism and Digital Media Economics. She focuses her expertise on developing 21st-century economic models that will improve the ability of journalists to produce news in the public interest.
Previously called Orlando Restaurant Week, the 2014 restaurant promotion will be known as Bite:30 and will last 30 days.
AAN is offering scholarship funds to encourage the next generation of journalists and journalism managers to attend the Annual Convention in Nashville, July 10 - 12.
Turn-Page creates interactive, digital replicas of print publications at an affordable price.
On Thursday, May 1, AAN attorney Kevin M. Goldberg will host Legal Hotline Live, a monthly conference call to answer member questions on legal topics, including free speech and copyright issues.
Detroit Metro Times has hired Valerie Vande Panne as Editor-in-Chief.
HR 4225 could put you directly in the crosshairs for even criminal prosecution based on the advertisements you accept (both online and in print).
AAN executive director Tiffany Shackelford will join Ken Doctor and Larry Kramer for a panel titled "The New Normal" at Montclair State University on April 25.